Revealed: The U.S. military’s 36 code-named operations in Africa

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Many Americans first became aware of U.S. military operations in Africa in October 2017, after the Islamic State ambushed American troops near Tongo Tongo, Niger, killing four U.S. soldiers and wounding two others.

Juniper Shield and Obsidian Nomad II were not isolated efforts but part of a panoply of named military operations and activities U.S. forces have been conducting from dozens of bases across the northern tier of Africa. Many of these operations are taking place in countries that the U.S. government does not recognize as combat zones, but in which U.S. troops are nonetheless fighting and, in several cases, taking casualties.

Between 2013 and 2017, U.S. special operations forces saw combat in at least 13 African countries, according to retired Army Brig. Gen. Don Bolduc, who served at U.S. Africa Command from 2013 to 2015 and then headed Special Operations Command Africa until 2017. Those countries, according to Bolduc, are Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Central African Republic, Chad, Democratic Republic of Congo, Kenya, Libya, Mali, Mauritania, Niger, Somalia, South Sudan and Tunisia. He added that U.S. troops have been killed or wounded in action in at least six of them: Kenya, Libya, Niger, Somalia, South Sudan and Tunisia.

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  1. Enough with the “God bless our troops for keeping us free” crap. That is beyond ignorant. American armed forces will shoot Americans if ordered to do so. All they are accomplishing is making the rest of the world hate Americans and creating hostility. There is no accountability. The entire federal government is rogue. It does not serve the people; it serves the oligarchs. Jimmy Carter was right. Resist,…do not participate in their system; buy local from local producers, get rid of cable, grow a garden, don’t participate in their rigged elections and don’t sit on a jury. Discourage your children from ever joining the imperial corrupt military.

  2. This map clearly shows, where successfu destabilization paves the way for current or future mass immigration, human trafficking (exodus?), drug smuggling to Europe. It’s a great experiment, they even said it. Listen to this smart jewish guy from Harvard University:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_4EZpUb9CJU

    Look carefully at this map to grasp the tremendeous importance of Lybia as the main “harbor” country. Do we come closer to the reason, they destroyed this country in the first place, not mentioning all the other nice things, Lybia has o offer.

    What will happen, if Algeria comes next? What will even happen, if the institutionalized drug lord of North Africa, the king of Marocco, gets roblems with his people?